Denmark v Republic Of Ireland Betting Preview, Odds & Tips | 07/06/19
Josh Waudby (@Josh_Waudby) previews Denmark v ROI and provides us with his best bets for round 3 of the Euro qualifiers by analysing team news, potential line-ups, head-to-head, key stats and facts and more.
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Denmark v Republic Of Ireland Betting Preview, Odds & Tips
- Date: 07/06/2019
- Time: 19:45
- Venue: Telia Parken
- Channel: Sky Sports
Ireland come into the game top of the group, which isn’t much of a surprise when they gave played 2 games against both the lowest rank sides in Group D. Denmark have only played the one game, against Switzerland in what was a dramatic 3-3 draw after being 3-0 down with 15 minutes left.
Irelands issue seems to start from the front. They beat both Georgia and Gibraltar by a measly 1 goal each time and given the superiority to both of these sides highlights a real issue for the Irishmen. Both goals in these games came from midfield, which Hourihane and Hendricks getting on the score sheet meaning it has been 7 games for green army without a forward player scoring a goal.
Denmark on the contrary have netted 9 goals in their last 5 games, averaging 1.8 goals per game, which is certainly stronger than Ireland. Interestingly both fixtured between the pair in the Nations League finished 0-0, so hopefully we are heading for a slightly better affair this time around.
Given only 2 teams qualify from the groups in this new format, and with Switzerland also in the group it is possible one of these 2 sides will miss out on qualification, that is unless Switzerland cause a shock and win the UEFA Nations League finals. Denmark already edged Ireland out of the World Cup in the play offs, and will be hoping for a repeat again this campaign.
Denmark are likely to give Eriksen a rest after the Champions League finalist only joined up with the squad on Monday.
Ireland have already lost the service of Mark Travers, Shane Long and Alan Browne who have all had to withdraw from the squad for the upcoming games.
Potential Denmark Starting XI: Schmeichel, Dalsgaard, Kjaer, Zanka, Ankersen, Delaney, Schone, Hojbjerg, Braithwaite, Jorgensen, Poulsen
Potential ROI Starting XI: Randolph, Coleman, Duffy, Keogh, Stevens, Hourihane, Hendrick, Whelan, McGoldrick, Long, McClean
Head To Head
- The pair met twice in the UNL which both ended with scoreless draws.
- Historically Ireland have 1 more win in the H2H than Denmark
Key Stats & Facts
- If Denmark fail to win here, they will fall 6 points behind Ireland.
- Denmark beat Ireland to prevent them qualifying for the 2018 World Cup.
- Denmark 6/11
- Draw 11/4
- ROI 6/1
I think we are again set for a tight affair. For Ireland a point away from home against a side like Denmark will be a good result. Whether they will get it or not is a different question. Denmark definitely have the quality over Ireland, but it can take them a while to break them down. Given the last 2 meetings were 0-0 at fulltime it is again likely this game could be low scoring, so adjusting to this to get the Danes on side looks a very viable play.